Kobra And The Lotus Posts New Lyric Video 'Hell On Earth'


Today, Canada's Kobra and the Lotus is kicking off the tour with Beyond the Black in Cologne, Germany. In celebration of the tour start, the band has just unleashed a brand new lyric video for the track "Hell On Earth"! Taken from the new album "Prevail I," check out the clip in the player above.

"Prevail I," the latest offering by Canada's finest metal export Kobra and the Lotus, has been successfully released back in May 2017 via Napalm Records. This is a true rock juggernaut full of blistering guitars, pounding rhythms and haunting vocal melodies taking the listener on a sonic journey. Produced by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe, Epica etc) and mastered by Grammy award winning Ted Jensen, "Prevail I" has undoubtedly ushered the band to a much-deserved elevated hard rock status. Evolution is inevitable and with "Prevail I" Kobra and the Lotus has delivered the band's most powerful album to date, followed by numerous shows all over the world.

Frontwoman Kobra Paige commented: "More than often the level of misery or bliss we experience can be altered or exchanged by the state of our mental thoughts. Our own hell on earth is right in front of us if we want it to be. What will you choose to be today, the problem or the solution?"

Check out Kobra and the Lotus on tour with Beyond the Black live:

07.12.17 DE - Cologne / Essigfabrik

08.12.17 DE - Aschaffenburg / Colos Saal

09.12.17 DE - Karlsruhe / Substage

11.12.17 DE - Munich / Backstage

12.12.17 DE - Leipzig / Hellraiser

14.12.17 DE - Hamburg / Markthalle

15.12.17 DE - Berlin / SO36

16.12.17 DE - Bochum / Matrix

17.12.17 DE - Saarbrücken / Garage

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